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Lesson Posted on 23/06/2020 Learn Business Studies

Difference Between Equity and Preference Shares

Richa Goel

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EQUITY SHARES VS PREFERENCE SHARES 1. PREFERENCE OF DIVIDEND: The preference shareholders have the preferential right to dividend over the equity shareholders. 2. PREFERENCE OF CAPITAL PAYMENTS: The preference shareholders have preferential rights on capital payment over equity shareholders. 3.VOTING... read more

EQUITY SHARES VS PREFERENCE SHARES

1. PREFERENCE OF DIVIDEND: The preference shareholders have the preferential right to dividend over the equity shareholders.

2. PREFERENCE OF CAPITAL PAYMENTS: The preference shareholders have preferential rights on capital payment over equity shareholders. 

3.VOTING RIGHTS: The equity shareholders enjoy the voting rights in the company, whereas the preference shareholders do not get any voting rights, except in cases where their interest is influenced. 

4.REDEEMABLE: Preference share may be redeemed at the will of the company whereas equity shares are redeemed only at the time of winding up of the company. 

5. OWNERSHIP: Equity shareholders are the owners of the company, whereas preference shareholders are not the owners of the company. 

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Answered on 08/10/2019 Learn Business Studies

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Answered on 19/09/2019 Learn Business Studies

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Answered on 10/09/2019 Learn Business Studies

Amar Singh

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Choose your interest first and start at a very basic level. Slowly you can expend it as you gain more money.
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Lesson Posted on 15/06/2019 Learn Business Studies +1 Commerce

Introduction on business:-

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Overview of nature and purpose of businessConcept of business:-Business can be defined as an economic activity concerned with regular production and distribution of goods and services to fulfil the needs and wants of society with a motive to earn a reasonable profit.Characteristics of business:-- Economic... read more

Overview of nature and purpose of business
Concept of business:-
Business can be defined as an economic activity concerned with regular production and distribution of goods and services to fulfil the needs and wants of society with a motive to earn a reasonable profit.
Characteristics of business:-
- Economic activity
- Production of goods and services
- Sale of products and services
- Dealing regularly
- Uncertainty of return
- Risk
- Profit
- Dynamic movement
- Legality
- Satisfying human needs and wants
Objectives of business:-
Goals of business can be categorised into two parts that are the primary objective and secondary objective.
Primary objective:-
The primary aim of the business is:-
- Survival
- Profit earning
- Growth
Secondary objective:-
These are as follows:
- Market standing
- Innovation
- Productivity
- Resources earning
- Manager performance
- Workers' performance
- Social responsibility
Classification of business activities:-
It can be classified into two parts:
1. Industry and

2. Commerce
The industry refers to a group of firms producing similar products.
It can be further categories into three parts:
Primary industries
- Genetic industry
- Extractive industry

Secondary industry
Manufacturing industry:-  it can be of four types:
Analytical industry, synthetical sector, processing industry, and assembling industry.
Construction industry
Tertiary industry
Commerce:- It can be classified into two parts:-
Trade and auxiliary to trade
Trade having the following parts:-
- Iternal trade consisting of wholesale and retail business
- External trade consisting of import, export and entrepot.
Auxiliary to trade consisting of:-
- Transportation and communication
- Banking
- Warehousing
- Advertisement
- Insurance

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Lesson Posted on 30/05/2019 Learn Business Studies +2 Class 11 Commerce

Qualities of a good entrepreneur - Class 12 / Std- XII th (Commerce - Economics)

Rajiv Vadera

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Characteristics/Traits of a successful entrepreneur - CBSE/NCERT - Business Studies IGCSE Business Studies
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Answered on 17/12/2018 Learn Business Studies

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Lesson Posted on 31/08/2018 Learn Business Studies +1 CBSE Schools

Different types/kinds of banks in India - Class 11

Rajiv Vadera

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Different Types of Banks- 1. Central Bank- The central bank is the apex bank in banking structure of any country. The Central Bank controls the flow of currency in the economy. It regulates the other banks in the country. It also works as a banker to the government. When other banks are in a problem,... read more

Different Types of Banks-

1. Central Bank- The central bank is the apex bank in banking structure of any country. The Central Bank controls the flow of currency in the economy. It regulates the other banks in the country. It also works as a banker to the government. When other banks are in a problem, they approach the Central Bank for assistance. Hence it is also called as a banker's bank. The Central Bank has sole authority to print the paper currency of the country. In India, the Reserve Bank of India is the Central Bank. Likewise, The Bank of England is the Central Bank of England and Federal Reserve Bank is the central bank of the United States of America.

2. Commercial banks- Commercial banks are the banks which do the banking business with the aim of earning profits. They accept deposits from the public and lend them to traders, manufacturers, and businessmen. For example, Bank of India, Axis Bank, HSBC etc.

3. Development Banks - These banks provide financial assistance to various industries for the purchase of machinery and equipment, modernization and expansion. For example, IFCI (Industrial Finance Corporation of India and SFCs (State Financial Corporations)

4. Co-operative banks - Co-operative banks are the banks whose main objective is to provide financial assistance to economically weaker sections of the society. Examples of cooperative banks are The New India Cooperative Bank, Cosmos Co-op Bank etc.

5. Specialized Banks- These banks specialize in providing financial assistance to a particular industry or sector. For example, EXIM Bank, SIDBI, NABARD etc.

6. Regional Rural Banks- The main aim of Regional Rural Banks (RRBs) is to provide banking services in rural areas. Its function is to provide financial assistance to small traders and farmers in rural areas

7. Exchange Banks. These banks are mainly concerned with the financing of foreign trade. The main function of such banks is to provide a facility for transfer of money from one country to another. Example Bank of America and Bank of Tokyo are Exchange banks operating in India

8. Indigenous Bankers - These are private lenders who charge a very high rate of interest on loans given by them

9. Savings Bank- The main aim of the Savings Bank is to cultivate a habit of saving among people. For example, Post Office savings bank

Refer - Various Types of Banks

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Answered on 21/03/2018 Learn Business Studies +1 Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

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Answered on 23/03/2020 Learn Business Studies +1 Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)

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Cottage industries are the type of industries where artistic and creative goods are produced using manual labour and techniques—for example, the handloom and the weaving industry. The features of cottage industries are: They're set up or organised by people with private resources and raw materials. They... read more

Cottage industries are the type of industries where artistic and creative goods are produced using manual labour and techniques—for example, the handloom and the weaving industry.

The features of cottage industries are:

  • They're set up or organised by people with private resources and raw materials.
  • They usually use locally available members to get the work done. Sometimes the family members also become a part of it. 
  • They make use of simple types of equipment.
  • The capital investment is minimal
  • They make use of indigenous technology for producing their goods. 
  • They make use of minimal raw materials to produce simple goods.



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